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daily 03/23/2018

    • Schultz said they were both involved in a group called Righteous Invasion of Truth (RIOT), a Bible study and outdoors group for homeschooled kids, created and named by the kids and their families, that included monthly activities such as archery, gun skills, and water balloon fights. Conditt and his younger sister would usually attend the activities along with 15 to 20 other kids, according to Schultz.
    • Jensen told the Statesman that “faith was a serious thing” for Conditt and that he regularly attended church services at the Austin Stone Community Church.
    • Conditt worked as a “purchasing agent/buyer/shipping and receiving” at Crux Semiconductor in Austin, the American-Statesman reported, citing a profile on a job recruitment site. The paper said that he had previously worked as a computer repair technician.
    • The group was reputedly called “Righteous Invasion of Truth,” whose acronym is RIOT.
    • Another individual who knew him told the Austin American-Statesman that he was lonely, argumentative, and “rough around the edges.” 

         

    • one who was apparently trained to prepare for cataclysmic events by adults in a weapons-fixated, insular right-wing community—might speak to issues beyond his personal life alone?

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